If he had let go of his hunger for power, he could have turned to God instead of spirits and lived a happier life (“Qin Shi Huangdi, Emperor of China”). A fourth and final character trait of Qin Shi Huangdi was that he was also a cruel leader. The Bible mentions the price of cruelty in Proverbs 11:17, “A man who is kind benefits himself, but a cruel man hurts himself” (Proverbs 11:17). Qin Shi Huangdi captured and made slaves work and die for the great wall. He even held the government
He helped others in the sense of building over 240 wells giving people water. Water at this time was a resource valued as much as gold. He will always choose to persevere through the hard times. He even says, “I overcome all of the difficult situations of my past because of the hope and perseverance and hope that I had.” The ending of the novel is so perfect because it set’s the fireworks that the story has been building up, in terms of Salva meeting Nya. The end reinforces the major theme of the novel, being how one can change through experiences challenges and lifestyle.
Therefore I think Hassan knew he had let Amir know that he would always find a friend in Kabul. In doing that Hassan showed Amir that forgiving is important and never too late. The last character to influence Amir was Baba because he shaped Amir into the man he is. In the letter that Rahim Khan left for Amir when he arrived back in Pakistan in the hospital, he reads, “When he saw you , he saw himself.” (Pg.301) This quote suggest that Amir realizes that when Baba was hard on him it was because he wanted him to be a better man than Babe. In addition Baba felt like he needed Amir to be a good man and the only way was to be hard on him.
Although the two are similar because they share Rasheed as their husband, they differ in the way they respond to situations. The explanation for their differences in behavior originates from how they grow up. Laila learns from her father at an early age to be independent and to be restless when it comes to achieving her goals, such as pursuing an education. Babi tells her that “Women have always had it hard in this country, Laila, but they’re probably more free now, under the communists, and have more rights than they’ve ever had before” (Hosseini 135). Despite the war and her abusive marriage with Rasheed, Laila has positive outlook on life that serves her in numerous situations.
It won't be your Facebook friends who help you turn it round. It'll be your flesh and blood friends who you have deep and nuanced and textured, face-to-face relationships with…” when Hari says this, he gets the audience to trust him, because he understands that certain people will be there for you, when you need it most. He also uses ethos when he says “It looked at the number of close friends the average American believes they can call on in a crisis. That number has been declining steadily since the 1950s.” the audience trusts what he is saying. Hari uses logos when he mentions an experiment that they did, he mentioned it when saying “ You get a rat and you put it in a cage, and you give it two water bottles: One is just water, and the other is water laced with either heroin or cocaine.
They are different in their setting and point of view. Similar in their protagonist, antagonist, and theme. They both are two very great books that teach readers about the tragic history. Most people are too caught up in their electronics these days that they don’t get to learn about what happened in the real world. They worry too much about if their friends or crushes text back, they don’t worry enough about what their family had been through in times like slavery, civil rights, wars, and the Holocaust.
Wished he’d let me be the favorite.” (Chapter 3) This quote suggests Amir’s jealousy of Baba always being interesting in Hassan. At this point, Amir’s jealousy is entirely in his true sentiments. His relationship with his father is not brawny, and Amir wants his father to pay more attention on him. Nevertheless, the story subsequently reveals that Baba is Hassan’s biological father. Baba brought the kite to Hassan to make up the guilt for not being able to acknowledge to truth.
Today Attila the Hun is categorised as a great leader by modern historians due to his loyalty, his courage and his ability to take charge. In contrast to these views, the classical writers feared him, naming him the “Scourge of God” and calling him savage, as he conducted many massacres and killed many men. Most modern historians have an opinion of Attila the Hun, such as Wills Durant and Peter Heathers. Additionally the book “Leadership secrets of Attila the Hun” by Wess Roberts states we have a lot to learn from Attila’s reign. Although there are many modern sources dedicated to Attila, there are very few ancient sources written about him.
The matter of never knowing how to act in certain situations or how to feel. Harley is not so much accepting his position in the world but feeling wary over the fact that his position was lost due to his childhood and the people surrounded by him. Most of the time he found himself in situations where he was being tricked. This is a result of Harley trusting everyone that he has met due to the lack of communication throughout his life. This is a man full of hope and can benefit you with his presence.
This, to me, is the strongest feature of the novel. There is never a word uttered about the oppression that these women have suffered through their lives. The book is a simple portrayal of three women who have a found a way to live in content albeit in seclusion. The injustices and oppressions are for the reader to derive. Fire on the Mountain has been identified as “the lyrical fictionalization of the quintessence of existentialism”.